courtlike

courtlike

(ˈkɔːtˌlaɪk)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) reminiscent of the court in style or manner; elegant; courtly
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Pantaleo's administrative trial is open to the public, but space in the courtlike room at police headquarters in lower Manhattan is limited.
I respectfully dissent, however, because I believe the courtlike the immigration judge and BIA before ithas overlooked evidence that would compel a reasonable adjudicator to conclude that Gomez-Rivera's membership in his father's nuclear family was 'one central reason' the gangs persecuted him." Judgment is affirmed.
courtlike procedures and reasoning onto an expert agency.
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